Protecting Your Constitutional Rights
At the Philbrook Law Office, I represent Washington residents charged with serious drug crimes. The key to successful defense of drug crimes is not only details, but also a clear understanding of our 4th Amendment right to privacy, and Article 1 Section 7 of the Washington State Constitution. You have a right to be safe from government intrusion in your home and vehicle. With the exception of some carefully drawn exceptions, if the police do not have a warrant, they have no right to search your private property.
Do not put such an important criminal matter in the hands of a lesser-experienced attorney. For help, contact me at 360-695-3309 or toll free at 888-352-4943.
Getting To The Facts
At the Philbrook Law Office, I get to work immediately following the free initial consultation. I obtain the search warrant affidavit and quickly dissect the issues. If I discover that your rights were violated at any step in the process, the proper motions are then filed.
Exploring All Options For You
Conviction of a drug offense involving marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine or prescription drugs can carry severe sentences at the misdemeanor or felony levels. If the alleged crime was committed close to a school, enhancements can be placed on a sentence. Any drug conviction will make you ineligible to secure federal student aid or subsidized loans.
In many drug possession cases, addiction becomes an issue. In those situations, I can see that you become eligible for specialty courts or alternative sentence treatment programs. If a defendant enters Drug Court, a jail sentence is stayed during a period in which the defendant attends mandatory court appearances.
Contact My Office In Vancouver, Washington, Today
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding an arrest for drug possession or sales, please contact me.